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Prepared Response adds Professional Services to product offerings

Prepared Response, Inc.® has announced an expansion of service offerings for both customers and non-customers. In addition to its emergency preparedness flagship product, Rapid Responder, the company is now offering professional services to help add to any organization’s preparedness for emergencies. The services include security and vulnerability assessments, safety audits, ICS and NIMS training, and customized training programs based on individual needs.

“For years, Prepared Response, Inc. has been offering our customers an emergency preparedness platform to streamline their response process,” says Tobey Bryant, Chief Executive Officer of Prepared Response, Inc. “Our years of training and learning from law enforcement, fire and other crisis management professionals has enabled us to develop various Professional Service offerings with the goal of providing customers the knowledge and ability to build effective plans and better prepare.”

Prepared Response, Inc. subject matter experts have backgrounds in various safety fields including fire, police and consulting. All subject matter experts have completed the trainings offered and regularly continue their education to provide the latest in safety and security standards. Trainings and assessments are performed on location and include tabletop drills and courses that result in certifications. Prep work requirements are completed prior to the on-site training or assessment/audit by the organization. Security managers, facility personnel and other safety staff will get the most benefit out of trainings that are based on standards identified by the U.S. Departments of Homeland Security (DHS), Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), and other nationally recognized safety standards.

“Over the past decade we have been fortunate to learn from a variety of site owners, experts and responders. We take that knowledge and experience and focus on practical topics, while making complex subjects easier to understand,” says Paul Delon, Knowledge Manager for Prepared Response, Inc. “This type of training is critical and by investing in training, assessments and audits, facilities are investing in a safer future.”

Training courses and assessments are available for any organization interested in emergency preparedness for their facility. For more information on pricing and how your organization can benefit from the professional emergency preparedness and response services offered through Prepared Response, visit here. Prepared Response, Inc. has been a safety leader since September 2000, and has continued to offer top-notch crisis management platforms and trainings.

 

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